Solar Integrated Roofing Corporation (SIRC) has completed the acquisition of The Montross Companies, an establishing roofing company in San Diego.
Solar Frontier Americas has acquired a 50.5MW PV project purchased from CS Solar, a JV company of Samsung Solar Energy. The installation is located in Stanislaus County, California, just a few hours southeast of San Jose.
Residential player Solaria turns to individual investors to bankroll boost of manufacturing capacity, said to already have doubled via deal with Shinsung this year.
Solar Frontier Americas acquires GCL New Energy's 100MW Colorado project and Allianz buys 8minute's 67MW California plant
Sunnova and PetersonDean’s partnership will focus specifically on homebuilders in the sunshine state, where all homes constructed after January 2020 must have solar arrays.
Firm's Sonrisa Solar Park will supply local utility San Jose Clean Energy under 20-year PPA, bringing Portuguese giant closer to renewable roll-out targets.
With its 150MW North Rosamond PV project coming online in June, Duke Energy has passed the 1GW threshold of utility-scale owned and operated solar facilities nationwide.
ENGIE Storage will provide a 4MWh energy storage system paired with a solar PV install as part of San Diego International Airport's wider energy transformation plan.
SunPower has installed 2.6MW of PV projects at eight Whole Foods Market locations across both California and Nevada, with one site combining with an integrated storage system.
Subsidiary of Duke Energy Renewables signs deal to develop emission-cutting hybrid for Pleasanton Unified School District.
Lendlease Energy Development and the Sacramento County Municipal Utility District (SMUD) have signed off on a 30-year power purchase agreement (PPA) for Rancho Seco Solar II, a 160MW PV installation.
Scheme at the Hearst cattle ranch is first to use the firm's new Series 6 modules.
The 1.78MW system is being installed by Ciel et Terre on a recycled water storage facility in the town of Windsor.
Recurrent Energy has sold its equity stake in the 134MW Mustang solar project to the Renewable Power Group of Goldman Sachs Asset Management. This agreement wraps up Recurrent Energy's sale of equity stakes in the 973MW portfolio of California solar projects that came online in 2016.
Conglomerate forced to take tax benefit hit after investing in bankrupt Californian solar firm, raided by the FBI in December over Ponzi-style fraud allegations.